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Sunday needs more time
My piece on Chan 2016 last week was not intended to make an excuse for the poor showing of the Super Eagles. Read full blog
Why I lost my appetite for Chan 2016
I wish I had followed my initial instincts not to watch any part of Chan 2016 and not have any negative comments to pass on it beyond my misgivings the moment Rwanda were announced as hosts. Read full blog
Crucial semis hung on refs' decisions
This week two English Capital One Cup semifinals were decided on mistakes by the referees and their assistants. Read full blog
Diego Costa fooled the ref
It’s one of the most high-profile games of the year with inevitable drama, skulduggery and deception. Read full blog
The real reforms that Fifa needs
As must be expected I have been following developments in Fifa since my involuntary exit from my daring quest to succeed Mr. Sepp Blatter was aborted. Read full blog
Rwandan fans show how it’s done
One thing that endeared me to African Football growing up in the ‘80s and ‘90s was the full house at most African venues when the national teams or club sides played Read full blog
Chelsea goal was offside
The equalising goal scored by Chelsea captain John Terry in their Premier League clash with Everton last weekend was offside. Read full blog
The unfortunate tantrums of Toure
The 2015 Glo/Caf awards have come and gone but the memory that lingers most is that of Cote D’Ivoire’s Yaya Toure. Read full blog
Arsenal take title credentials to Stoke
There are probably better technically but for heart-racing, blood-pumping excitement there is no league quite like the Barclays Premier League. Read full blog
At last! Video refs for soccer
In what can only be described as a dramatic and seismic shift in attitude, Fifa appear on the verge of introducing a Television Match Official (TMO) for soccer. It comes in the face of mounting pressure from clubs and referees alike. Read full blog
With Pep the EPL will never be the same
It is no longer news that Pep Guardiola is heading to the EPL next season. Read full blog
Should cards be overturned on appeal?
In another clear and obvious flouting of the Fifa Laws of the Game, Stoke City’s Geoff Cameron has had a red card against him rescinded. Read full blog
Why I am looking forward to CHAN – Rwanda 2016
When CAF came up with the idea of the African Nations Championships, I was really not so enthusiastic about it. However, with only 12 days to Rwanda 2016, I can’t wait for the start of CHAN. Read full blog
Indestructible Mikel
At the end of the World Youth Championship of 2005 two Nigerians finished on the players' podium. Read full blog
2016 – my crystal ball
I do this every year. I take a look into my crystal ball to see what the future holds. Read full blog
The rising standards of Premier League Managers
In a season when managers like Louis van Gaal at Man United and Steve McLaren at Newcastle United have been under pressure; there are also managers who have done exceptionally well. Read full blog
Are refereeing performances better this season?
Refereeing performances has long been a bone of contention among the electronic and written media as well as the general public. Read full blog
I warned the world about Blatter
In my very article in January 2015 I warned the world about Sepp Blatter and why he must be stopped for the good of football. Read full blog
Rwanda ready to host memorable Chan 2016
Rwanda is ready to host a memorable African Nations Championship (Chan 201 Read full blog
The fall of Jose Mourinho!
Only three weeks ago, I warned fans and friends of Chelsea FC about a looming catastrophe. I also advised that their revered manager, Jose Mourinho, should publicly apologise to Dr. Eva Caneiro, Read full blog

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Segun Odegbami
Sunday needs more time
My piece on Chan 2016 last week was not intended to make an excuse for the poor showing of the...

Dr Errol Sweeney
Crucial semis hung on refs' decisions
This week two English Capital One Cup semifinals were decided on mistakes by the referees and their...

Emeka Enyadike
Rwandan fans show how it’s done
One thing that endeared me to African Football growing up in the ‘80s and ‘90s was the full house...

Calvin Emeka Onwuka
Arsenal take title credentials to Stoke
There are probably better technically but for heart-racing, blood-pumping excitement there is no...